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Former Kaizer Chiefs Football Club’s central defender Siyabonga Ngezana continues to struggle.

Siyabonga Ngezana
FCSB new signing Siyabonga Ngezana with an armband during his first match.

Siyabonga Ngezana completed a shock move to Romanian giants FSCB from Kaizer Chiefs at the end of th 2022/2023.

IN OTHER NEWS: Ngezana Cost FCSB A Win In His Debut Match

The former Orlando Pirates development striker waited almost a month to complete his move due to visa issues.

Ngezana waited for a PPC certificate from SAPS for his application to go through, but the certificate took time before being issued.

Derailing his integration into the club and culture ahead of the new season.

However, weeks after waiting for the certificate, Ngezana travelled to the Netherlands to meet up with his new teammates and begin his life at FCSB.

IN OTHER NEWS: Siyabonga Ngezana Handed Armband On His First Game For FCSB

But his new life at European started on the wrong foot, as in his first appearance for the club he was shaky.

Ending up costing the club in a game against PAOK, where they drew 1-1 after his error led to an equalizer for Paok.


Ngezana is yet to make his official debut for his new club, as he has already missed four matches.

He was not part of the FCSB side that won 2-0 against Otelul yesterday to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.

Meanwhile, FCSB president Gigi Becali asked for patience when it comes to Ngezana, as it takes time to adjust.

“Siyabonga Ngezana needs some time to settle down,” Becali said.

“African players need three-four months, that’s what (Mircea) Lucescu used to say.”

Despite the early struggles, the 26-year-old is likely to succeed in Europe.

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